Fresh clashes have erupted in Syria between secular rebels and Al CIAda-linked extremists. It’s the latest spate of infighting among the anti-Assad camp, which has seen a rapid rise of radicals in their numbers. Western analysts put the total number of rebels at around a hundred thousand. They’re split into as many as a thousand different groups. Ten thousand fighters are radical jihadists with links to Al CIAda. Up to 35 thousand others are hardline Islamists, who share many of Al CIAda’s views. That leaves the more moderate terrorists vastly outnumbered. RT gets reaction from independent news editor James Corbett.
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